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    Eyelid Aesthetic

    Eyelid aesthetics, namely blepharoplasty, is an aesthetic surgical procedure that is applied to the eyelids and provides tightening of the parts of the eye area. Mostly after the age of 35 to 40, sagging of the upper eyelids, bags under the eyes and wrinkles are seen. This gives the person a sad and tired appearance. In order to prevent this appearance, the excess skin on the eyelid of the person is removed. In this way, the person will have a younger and fresher look. Eyelid aesthetic surgeries are generally needed more after the age of 35. The surgical risks of these aesthetic applications are low. Due to hereditary reasons, it is seen that some people have disturbing problems in their eyelids at a young age. In these people, eyelid aesthetic surgery can be performed at an early age. Before performing eyelid aesthetics, the eyebrow position of the people should be examined very well. If the person has low eyebrows, eyebrow lifting surgery should be among the operations to be considered.

    Eyelid Aesthetics Frequently Asked Questions

    Because the eyelid skin is the thinnest skin in our body, it is also the area that gets wrinkled most easily. Although it is possible to temporarily correct these wrinkles, seen in the eye contour area, with Botox injections, blepharoplasty should definitely be performed for a permanent solution. Blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure that can easily be performed on anyone has such wrinkles and deformations at any age.

    During blepharoplasty, the excess tissue of the upper eyelid is removed by a simple method, and then the sutures are placed at the natural eyelid crease already existing in that area. Similarly, if there is excess tissue in the lower eyelid, an incision is made just below the eyelashes, the adipose tissue is removed, and then the lower eyelid is closed. In short, this line resulted from surgery will not be visible because it will remain just below the eyelashes.

    Blepharoplasty is a simple surgical procedure usually performed under local anesthesia or sedation. Upper blepharoplasty takes about half an hour, whereas lower blepharoplasty usually takes about an hour. Lower and upper blepharoplasty operations can be performed at the same time. In such a case, the operation takes 1.5 hours.

    Because blepharoplasty is a very simple surgical procedure, patients can be discharged on the same day. The next day after surgery, the patient will be able to easily watch television and read books. After surgery, sutures on the eyelid will be removed within the first postoperative week. In short, the patient will be able to maintain his/her normal life immediately after the operation.

    After blepharoplasty, there will be thin, short plasters in the surgical site; however, there will be no need to close the eyes. The patient is advised to sleep with his/her head on a high pillow after surgery. Since blepharoplasty is a simple surgical procedure, the patient can get back to his/her normal life after a resting period of 1-2 days.